I’m responsible for the Developer Tools track at TechEd Australia and New Zealand. I’ve been beavering away whittling down the 116 US TechEd Sessions and combining them with the local submissions we got and here’s the current state of play (in no particular order). Note that 2 of the 18 sessions will be cabana sessions (in the exhibition area) and for NZ, we have to cull the list further (down to 12)
- Using the New Windows Mobile 5.0 APIs for Application Development
- Extending Team Foundation Server
- Protect your Applications: Defensive Strategies that Can be Applied to Applications
- Sharing Assets Between the .NET Compact Framework (Windows Mobile) and the .NET Framework (Desktop Windows)
- C++/CLI. The Best Language for Managed AND Native Development
- Developing Applications That Work on Both Pocket PC and Smartphone
- VSTS Performance Tools
- Securing and Deploying Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Microsoft Office (VSTO) Solutions
- Concurrent Development with Branching in Team Foundation Server
- Visual Basic: Tips, Tricks and Futures
- Building Control Hierarchies and the Anatomy of a Super ComboBox
- Introducing an Exciting New Addition to Visual Studio Team System
- Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server: Step-by-Step Migration and Adoption Planning
- Smart Client: Real-World ClickOnce
- Visual Studio: Leveraging Your Visual Basic 6 Investments with VB 2005
- Visual C#: Tips and Tricks and Future Directions
- Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server – Applying Version Control, Work Item Tracking and Team Build to Your Software Development Project
- Programming with Concurrency in .NET: Concepts, Patterns, and Best Practices.
We’re also running one of the Dynamics CRM sessions.
- Using Web Services to Develop Applications for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
What do you think?